Sunday, September 6, 2015

How To Promote Your Business With Twitter

Aside from Facebook, Twitter is another very Popular social media you need to have in order to keep yourself out there in the world.

Twitter is different from from Facebook in one major way:

. It has less room for writing (Just about 140 Characters)

The way that Twitter differs from Facebook is that there are a very limited number of characters to write on your Tweet.

In other words, this is the perfect place to speak when you don’t have a lot to say.

Twitter allows you to send people little messages about what’s going on in your life or your business.

You can’t get into a long description, so of you just received a shipment of red women’s shoes Twitter is the perfect place to make that known.



You can tweet “Just got on red shoes for women! Come on by and see them.” And nobody expects you to describe those shoes.





That’s a very big difference from the Facebook crowd because on Facebook everyone expects you to go into at least some detail about those shoes.

Are they heels or flats? What shade of red are they? Do you have them in all sizes? Are you going to post a picture?

Facebook users have higher expectations than a two or three sentence post. Twitter users know you won’t delve into those kinds of details.

This social media groups is the basic of the basic information.

How does that help you? For one thing it is easy to Tweet. Instead of having to come up with long, informative and interesting posts or blogs, all you have to do is write a sentence or two.

Another reason Tweeting is good for you is, much like Facebook, people can follow you on Twitter.

 Twitter allows you to follow an unlimited amount of people, read quickly what everyone is up to, respond when you want to, and then move on to other things. It’s all done very quickly, too.

One thing that really stands outin this market is that Twitter users have something they like to call ‘Hashtags’ which facebook has also Introduced.

 Hashtags are a way of grouping a conversation into more organized methods of communication.

Let’s say, for example, you have an online meeting and you need to keep the ball rolling, so to speak, and make sure
your partners are aware of the meetings.

Putting a hashtag (#) in front of the meeting name will keep your group organized.

Twitter hashtags are also a fantastic way of keeping up to date on the latest Twitter trends. Hashtags are a means of tracking what’s popular.

 As a person who is trying to market themselves it can be very important to know what people are looking for and these Hashtags are a very easy method of tracking those markets.

While at first the concept of Hashtags is extremely confusing to people (I’ll admit, I had to do some research on it when I began using Twitter) it does get easier.

The one thing to remember when creating a Hashtag is to make sure your Hashtag is relevant to your conversation or to ensure that people understand the Hashtag you’re trying to create.

If you Hashtag your company or Business, do so in a sentence. Simply put the # symbols before your company name and a Hashtag is automatically generated for you.

Twitter also allows you to choose from unique backgrounds and colors to build a good visual market for yourself.

You can make your Twitter Background relevant to your business to increase the visual appeal for your clients.

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